By William Varner
This paintings offers the texts and translations of 3 historic Jewish-Christian dialogues: The discussion of Athanasius and Zacchaeus (Greek, 4th c.); The discussion of Simon and Theophilus (Latin, fifth c.); and The discussion of Timothy and Aquila (Greek, sixth c.). this can be the 1st released translation of every of those texts. An advent discusses the context of those dialogues within the "Contra Judaeos" literature of the early church and in addition explores the query of whether they symbolize any genuine dialogue among Jews and Christians and in addition what reasons those dialogues served. cautious recognition has been made to the dialogues' use of the Bible, specifically the outdated testomony, in furthering the dialogue in regards to the Messiah. To this finish a complete Scriptural Index encourages larger comparative research of those dialogues. it's the translator's function to reveal those works, that have been the fear of a small circle of centred students, to a much wider scholarly viewers and to inspire larger learn of them and their function within the historical past of Jewish Christian relatives.
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Ancient Jewish-Christian dialogues: Athanasius and Zacchaeus, Simon and Theophilus, Timothy and Aquila : introductions, texts, and translations by William Varner